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The Put plugin allows you to put any active window on screen on any viewport, or any position by using keypad bindings
To put a window on any part of the screen, use <Super> and any of the following Keypad numbers
1 For the bottom left corner of the screen
2 For the bottom edge of the screen
3 For the bottom right corner of the screen
4 For the left edge of the screen
5 For the middle of the screen
6 For the right of the screen
7 For the top left corner of the screen
8 For the top edge of the screen
9 For the top right corner of the screen
To restore the initial position of the window, press <Super>Keypad0
To put the corner of the window nearest the the pointer to the position of the pointer, press <Super>Z
Speed refers to how fast the window moves when it is put at a position.
Timestep refers to how often the windows' final position is re-calculated, a low timestep will produce a window that moves slowly and accurately to it's position and a high timestep will produce windows that overshoot thier destination and bounce back
Unfocus Window makes the window loose it's focus when it is put somewhere
Window Center makes the center of the window move towards the pointer, when you Put Pointer instead of moving the nearest corner
Avoid Offscreen avoids placing any part of the window offscreen, so it is constrained on-screen.
Padding refers to the number of pixels the window will be away from the following edges when put.
Plugins/Put (last edited 2008-04-22 10:49:48 by pool-70-104-171-193)